New devices based on the new Intel Haswell architecture have been unveiled, from Acer, HP, Asus and Toshiba.
Some of these notebooks will cost as low as $199, and NPD recently reported that Chromebooks currently account for 25% of the $300-and-under computer segment.
Additionally, 20 percent of school districts, and 5000 schools, have deployed the notebooks to their students.
Haswell processors have significant improvements over previous models, including 200 percent battery life in some cases. In the real world, the Chromebooks should offer at least 12 hours of battery.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 12 Sep 2013 20:10